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Aaron L. Abram

The Criminal Defense Attorney Milwaukee Turns to for an Aggressive Case-Winning Defense

Attorney Aaron L. Abram practices Criminal Law (Assault, Battery, Disorderly Conduct, Drug Possession/Intent to Distribute, Burglary OWI/DUI defense, etc.), Civil Law (mental health commitments to the County, Child support, Juvenile Matters/Delinquencies) and Family Law (Custody, Placement, Temporary Restraining Orders and Divorce).

Aaron is a proud alumni of Morehouse College (2008)—a Historically Black College in Atlanta, GA—and Claude W. Petit College of Law at Ohio Northern University (2012) in Ada, OH (2012). Aaron prides himself on representing the principles of these institutions to give a voice to those most in need. In pursuit of this continuing mission, prior to practicing law, he served as a Voting Rights Campaign Organizer, Equal Opportunity Investigator/Conciliator for the City of Madison and Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator for the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Attorney Abram began his legal career as a Wisconsin State Public Defender, representing adult and juvenile clients in Northwest Wisconsin before founding and starting ‘ Abram Law’ in 2019 in which he added the family law aspects to his practice.

Attorney Abram is a member of the National Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin, Eau Claire County Bar Association, Chippewa County Bar Associations, Dane County Bar Association*, Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (WACDL), Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers (WAAL), Children and the Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Family Law Section of the State of Wisconsin, Law Office Management Assistance Program Advisory Committee of the State Bar of Wisconsin, National Bar Association and General Practice/Solo Practitioner Diversity Fellow within the American Bar Association.

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